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OSFair2017 Theatrical Workshop | Are you ready to perform in the rri ecosystem

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Alexandros Koukovinis & Menelaos Sotiriou present the performance chapters.

Workshop abstract:
This workshop highlights the concept of a Support and Coordination H2020 action, namely NUCLEUS, which is targeted on Responsible Research and Innovation. It is aligned with the overall objective of the OSFair conference, answering to the impact of open science/novel ways of disseminating science.
What NUCLEUS project introduces, is that based on a common understanding that science and innovation are driving forces of sustainable and inclusive societies around the world, it will develop new cultural and organisational approaches allowing universities to better respond and react to societal needs and challenges. To pursue this goal NUCLEUS will develop, support and implement inclusive and sustainable approaches to “Responsible Research and Innovation” (RRI) within the governance and culture of European universities and research organisations.
A wide scale implementation roadmap and a future of science with and for the society will be presented in the most engaging way.

Day 1 - 17.30
http://opensciencefair.eu/theatrical-workshop-are-you-ready-to-perform-in-the-rri-ecosystem

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OSFair2017 Theatrical Workshop | Are you ready to perform in the rri ecosystem

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  2. 2. * *Align with values, needs and expectations of society *Generate/regulate new ideas *Interdisciplinarity Community ofpractice “Open science should be inclusive” Stakeholder clustering and boarding can provide:  Responsible Research & Innovation integration:
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  5. 5. CREATIVITY Original outcomes as a response to the surrounding stimulations and challenges ENGAGEMENT Joint functioning of • motivation • Conceptual knowledge • cognitive strategies • social interactions CONTEXTUALIZATION putting items into a meaningful and real context
  6. 6. CREATIVITY ENGAGEMENT CONTEXTUALIZATION
  7. 7. Stakeholders identification Obstacles face Simulation Theatrical plays CASESDEVELOPMENT RELATIONSHIPBUILDING STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS Stakeholders at stake Relationship building
  8. 8. Unions, Syndicalism, Coiling -Communities
  9. 9. Policy agents -Funders & Policy makers Unions, Syndicalism, Coiling -Communities
  10. 10. Platforms, Infrastructures and initiatives in favor of engaging people in scientific R&I -Publishers -Libraries Policy agents -Funders & Policy makers Unions, Syndicalism, Coiling -Communities
  11. 11. Platforms & Infrastructures for communication -Publishers -Content providers Platforms, Infrastructures and initiatives in favor of engaging people in scientific R&I -Publishers -Libraries Policy agents -Funders & Policy makers Unions, Syndicalism, Coiling -Communities
  12. 12. Business -Innovators -Content creators Platforms & Infrastructures for communication -Publishers -Content providers Platforms, Infrastructures and initiatives in favor of engaging people in scientific R&I -Publishers -Libraries Policy agents -Funders & Policy makers Unions, Syndicalism, Coiling -Communities
  13. 13. Research Institutions -Research infrastructures -Researchers Business -Innovators -Content creators Platforms & Infrastructures for communication -Publishers -Content providers Platforms, Infrastructures and initiatives in favor of engaging people in scientific R&I -Publishers -Libraries Policy agents -Funders & Policy makers Unions, Syndicalism, Coiling -Communities
  14. 14. Stakeholders identification Obstacles face Simulation Theatrical plays CASESDEVELOPMENT RELATIONSHIPBUILDING STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS Stakeholders at stake Relationship building
  15. 15. * (30’’) *Name: *Expertise: *1 fact about your cell:
  16. 16. * *Think of a Cell that may prove an effective ALLY *Think of a Cell that you might CONFLICT with in your interaction
  17. 17. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- POSSIBILITY Something promising? WORRY A worrying fact? CONDITION What must be considered? OBSTACLE What can be an obstacle? *Form your “Cell” team together with one representative of Governance How will you face the obstacle? (10’)
  18. 18. Stakeholders identification Obstacles face Simulation Theatrical plays CASESDEVELOPMENT RELATIONSHIPBUILDING STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS Stakeholders at stake Awareness meeting
  19. 19. * In 3’ present: *Your cell *How you see open science *Possibility *Worry *Condition
  20. 20. Stakeholders identification Obstacles face Simulation Theatrical plays CASESDEVELOPMENT RELATIONSHIPBUILDING STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS Stakeholders at stake Awareness meeting
  21. 21. * Present your Obstacle and the idea for facing it
  22. 22. Stakeholders identification Obstacles face Simulation Theatrical plays CASESDEVELOPMENT RELATIONSHIPBUILDING STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS Stakeholders at stake Awareness meeting
  23. 23. * “Discuss upon issues in your collaboration”
  24. 24. Stakeholders identification Obstacles face Simulation Theatrical plays CASESDEVELOPMENT RELATIONSHIPBUILDING STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS Stakeholders at stake Awareness meeting
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  26. 26. Stakeholders identification Obstacles face Simulation Theatrical plays CASESDEVELOPMENT RELATIONSHIPBUILDING STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS Stakeholders at stake Awareness meeting

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